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ScapeGoat

Seat Removal

Takes 2.5 to 3 minutes per seat.

 

Tools Needed:

Good light

3/8 Ratchet

E12 Star Socket

 

 

First slide seat all the way forward to expose rear 2 mounting bolts

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Now slide seat all the way back and remove front 2 bolts

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Now tilt seat towards the rear seat and look for the 2 electrical connectors under the seat. Remove the connectors

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Carefully remove seat from car and you are done

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dude tell me about it! I was like shit this thing is dirty. She has been neglected on the cleaning department this year. I dont think she has had a bath since Challengerfest in August.

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lol,

 

 

My first thought when I read the post was the same as everyone else's how much does it weigh? lol.

 

You know your a racer when you weigh everything, including the instruction manual. (LMAO)

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I'll break the scale out later and get that for you

 

one tip, the star sockets. I got my set a couple years ago at harbor freight for like 9 bucks

 

Mike

Are you thinking of going to light weight seats, if so will they bolt right up or do you have to do some work?

Tout

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Yep on Harbor Freight...the place rocks. I picked up star bits for about that money to do the diff drop for the axles. Cheap is good on stuff like that.

 

HemiSam

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I'll break the scale out later and get that for you

 

one tip, the star sockets. I got my set a couple years ago at harbor freight for like 9 bucks

Crap mine were like $25 around here. Needed them to do the oil in my Boat. Canister type filter.

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